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. BVENINQ DPILETIN, nONOLTJLTJ, T. IT. .SATURDAY. MAY IB, 1909. ' ,;
Oceanic Flnt Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Honolulu Comnundery Reg
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodges
HA1IMUNY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. ?.
Meets cvoij Monday evonlng at
7:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
12. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. D. WICKE, N. a.
All visiting brother! very cordially
OAHtJ IODQE.No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Jay evening at 7:30 In It. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Ueretanta. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
P. It. NUOENT, C. C.
It. OOSI.INO, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E,
Hocolulu Lodge No. C1C, n. P. O,
Elks, meets tu tliclr hull, on King
Street, near Port, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Hrothors are cordially
Invited to attend.
12. A. DOITTIUTT, 12. R.
II. C. KASTON, Sec'y.
' Win. ITKINLEY L0DOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, or. Fort am.' Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Und. F. M. McORr.W, C. C.
12. A. JACOUSEN. K. R. S.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0, .
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock 13 K. ot P. Hnll, corner
Derctanla and Fort streets.
' Visiting Bugles are Invited to at
W.'M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN T11IBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every Irst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ilally Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDCRSON. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot R.
We are in line with tho
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sts.
lj MBS. R0SENBEBQ.Y0UNO HOTEL
Pau Ka liana
' THE ENEMY TO DIBT.
At Your Grocer's.
rpHE OBJECT of
every man is to
keep down his liv
ing expenses with
out destroying the
harmony of living.
Gas is a factor in
at the same time
improving the kit
Let us install Gas
in your house.
Gas Co., Ltd.,
Young Building, Honolulu.
Wear and Tear, as well as
appearances, should be con
sidered in buying hardware.
Our Easy Spring locks and
handsome trimming are se
lected by careful people.
They invariably give satis
faction. Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
HENRY MAY & CO,, LTD.,
They save the Bills. Sold by
Union Electric Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
Shirts. Collars and Cuffs well done
at reasonable prices at the
258 Beretania. J. Abadie, Prop.
Brown & Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
F.Xn,, Eto All kinds of K0A und
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
I MISSION lUBNIiyRE Made T
Secretaries or other author-
Izcd representatives ot clubs
are asked to send in a Hat ot
events, scheduled tiy them, thut
they may 'be Included In the '
program. Address all coramu-
nlcatlons to the Bportlng Edt-
tor, Evening II u Tie tin.
Mny 16: "Ewa vs. Walloa.
May 16: ,Alea vs. Wnlanae.
May 17: Handicap Doubles.
May 23'i 'Irwin Cup.
Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred shedts of good
paper for twenty-five' cents at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
Royal Hawaiian Hand concert at the
Park Theatre tonight:
Al. Thurlow of tho Ttoyal Annex
servos the finest meals In tow
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manrg. Co., foi
Dlom Is making money for bis pat
rons every time ho makes a aqlo. The
present clearance Bale U the greatest
u urn msiory. T
The polo practice at Moanalua
field will start at 4 o'clock, and n
large crowd of players are expected
to take the trip down. It Is to he
hoped that the rain holds off, as
everyone' wuits to see how tho polo
men stack up,
Harry Gorman Is In active train
Ing for the Y, M. C. A. Marathon
raco and Is getting Into the best po
slble form for the event. Ills train'
er expects that Oorman will put up
a new record for the Marathon dls
tance In these Islands.
Princess slips at "Whitney1 &
Rainier la tho tiest beer on the mar
ket 'today because It Is brewed on
strictly scientific principles.
A bottlj of aromatic ginger alo ot
the kind made by the Consolidated
Soda Water Works, frapped In a can
of Ice Is a delightful beverage. Ordor
by telephone 71.
The Alexander Young Cafe serves
a combination breakfast, limch at)i
dinner every day at popular prices,
Tho service, cus'lno, and appointments
are the very best.
Cream Rye, the most popular whis
key In town, can be found at all bars
and hotels. For fine wines und liq
uors for family trade go to l-ovejoy
Co.'s, on Nuuanu St.
Thero are some special bargains in
fiction, old and new, at the Brown &
Lyon Co., Ltd., this week. New ad-
dress, Youne building; with the Ha-
nuuuii niiwa uu, L.IU.
Have a handsome whlto Tuxodo lin
en Biilt made up .for you by W. W.
Ahana Co., 62 King' street. They are
universal!) worn in tho Orient and
tropics at dinner. Call' and see them.
Widows, children, and others unable
to nlafiaee uielr affairs may have the
risk arid worry attending It' rcpioved
by appointing us as managers. Bishop
Trust Co., L'td., Bethel near Merchant.
Don't fall to tako advantage ot the
five specials at Sachs' next' week In
children's skeleton waists, ladles'
suedo gloves, linen glass toweling,
prinieu percales, anu biik smpea cnai-
Nirvana Tea Ir tiin nnn norfpnt f!ev.
ion tea. Made of carefully selecied
leaves and packed In lead, for ship
ment,, all the original flavor Is re
tained. Ask your ' grocer to bring
Following tho opening of their re-
tall furniture and wire, bed store In
the KaplolanI building, tho Honolulu
,WIre Bed' Co. Is hofdlng a clearance,
saio of, step ladders, "kitchen' tabfes,
wlro beds, etc. ' '
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. have now
tho agency for tho famous Crossett;
8hoe-for yoipg rneh' arid 'are1 now open
ing a,fargo stock of 'Bprlijg'and Bum--nie'r
styles You should' call anuicd'
tilts oxcellent'jjne, vJ -
Tho boys In the Territorial Messen
ger Service have a well earned repuiq-l
uon for getting ovor gronndlon .the!
Jump. , No other vUoys go, as far In the
same timo'. ''tUnx Un telephone 3d if
you 'wish" something dellverod'qulc'kly.
These handsome linen- suits are
universally worn' at dinner 'in the"
Orient and all troDical countries.
o i u,
Have one made by
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 Xing Street,
pqualjty For Catholics
LONDON, May 14. The bill introduced by .Redmond 'lnho Com
mons, removing the civil disabilities ot Roman Catholics, provides for
the alteration of objectionable clau8es '" the accession onth of lirltlsh
sovereigns. In which the ruler Is pledged to oppose the Church of
Home; nnd, repealing all nets prohibiting the residence In Great llrltnln
of' Jesuits and otiior monastics and their acquisition of property,
Dreadnoughts For Italy
HOME, May H. The Cnlilnct has approved 'the niival Vniiirnm rail
ing for the expenditure of $52,800,000 for tho building of four Dread
noughts and several cruisers.
TORNADOES SWEEP THE WEST.
KAN8A8 CITY, May 14. Tornadoes In Kansas npd Missouri to
night killed five people and Injured fifty-live.- Immense dninagu xyni
done to property, i '
MANILA, May 14. The Legislature has elected
and Manuel Quezon delegates to Congress.
COL. PARKER BUYS
" COUNTRY HOME
f Col. Sam Parker has purchased
thf beautiful rimntrv roHhlniico 4
of E. II. McClanahan In Manon
f Valley. Tho deal was completed
-f this' forenoon when Col, Parker
f paid over tho monoy. This placo
f has been on tho market over
since Mr. McClanahan left the
Islands and' the sale Indicates ttiu -f
-f increasing domand for real estate
and tho realization of tho raun of
means that It Is good business to
to pick up country homes these -f
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(Continued from Pace 1)
should not be considered as a stumb
ling block In fighting for our just
rights. The Empire of Russia, with
all her resources, strength and pop
ulation, was reduced to her present
condition today because nur defend
ers 'stuck together, patiently and
"Victory can be won ns long as
we stick together fearlessly and pa
tlently. Let us, however, respect
the laws of the lands In which we
This Is the feist of the statement)!
mauu uy jneBrjt. itiunmu, iicKuiv,
Tasaka, Soga nnd UaBhlmoto .at the
mass meeting hold under the ana
pices ot the Japanese High Wage Ah-
soclatlon In the Asahl Theater on
Mauna Kea street last night
The house was tilled to Its utmost
capacity nnd many -were compelled
to stand outside of the hall, waiting
to- bear from those inside the houi-e.
The speakers, as usual, roasted the
other Japanese newspapers for not
taking part In trying to get higher
wages for their fellow countrymen,
who were working hard In the cane
fleidi They particularly scored edi
tor Sheba for encouraging and mis
leading tho planters to stand pat.
and not give In to the demands ol
the Btrlkers. They called him "dug."
"Our motto Is to help those who
are entitled to higher wages," said
Maklno, who presided over the meal
ing. He said that the planters, who
Were making plenty of money
through the sweat of the brows of
the Japanese, were not showing good
spirit towards them. "These poor
Japanese wake up very early In the
morning and go out t6 .work in the
field with tho Idea of bringing profit
to their employers," continued Ma
klno. "Hut tho trouble Is. when the
planters made money they Ignored
those who have helped bring money
Into their pockets.
I certainly would blame the
strikers today lot bringing such ac
tion as they did had hot the planters
made "inbney, In the last' few years.
They claim that we, of the High
Wage Association, were Irresponsible
parties to deal with them. Why. not,
then, play fair and consult some of
the other Japanese. We are not
making money in this fight. What
we want to Bee Is fair play,"
In concluding, ho told the audi
ence to stand together In this un
dertaking. ( Applause.)
Attorney Llghtfoot then came for
ward and Was Introduced to tho au
dience, He. said among other things
that the Japanese were Justified In
asking for hlgbor yagei, when the
Planters were making minions upon
mllltnna nf .mnnatr
Tasaka WhipVat Planters, v
lasaua, one ot the writers for the
Nlppu JIJI .the organ ot the High
Wage Association, made a stlrrjng
Bpeech. He said that the strikers
were perfectly right In asking for
higher wages from the planters. "To
shdw "th'6"Ilusslariis," continual he,
"our brothers fought fenrFcssjy for
our rights. They gained their point.
Why?' Ilecause they stood together
shoulder to shoulder-.
"The planters today are not treat
Ing the Japanese field hands right
They are paying better wages to,
otner nationalities and, are holding
down the wjges of the Japanese buy
cause they nre .lapnneKc. This Is
what I call unjust." (Applause.)
Y. S6gaedltor of the N'lppu JIJI,
was Intrdduced as u girl odltbr. Tho
announcement by Mnldnci, the chair
man, amused the uudlonro. Sogn,
who bears the rexetnljlnnoe of u Wo-
i"111". stopped forwurj to addrras the
He Bald that the striken) were Ink
ing u right course by asking the
planters tq raise their wngeH on basis
equal to other field hands, regnid
eus of race and nationality. Referr
ing to the beginning nnd the ending
of the Russo-Japnn war, he told tho
audience that the only way to vic
tory wns to work together for com
mon good, regardlesH of the great
ness of tho planters.
Actor Givei $300.
iiasnunoio, an nt-tor, staled that
he was willing tu donate about $1100
for the maintenance of strikers. He
sides that amount, he H.tld, he wu'i
willing to do all he could fur (lie
good of the Btrlkers, who wen- ask
ing for higher wages.
He fore concluding, ho advised oth
ers to stand ready to come to the nlil
of the strikers, when they wero
moneyless nnd without food.
Neeoro on Deck.
Negoro clalnv?d that the strlkeis
were making good, Just and right
ful demnnds. He said that the cam
paign was a fair one., in that tho
planters were not giving equal wag
es to Hio Japanese laborers, the same
as other laborers of different nation
alities were getting.
"What wo want, tmld he, "Is 'equal
privilege to all, and special privilege
to none.' As long as the planters do
not treat tlielr men on ecjual basis,
thero Is always u danger ahead. Wo
hold that the laborers can be con
trolled by the planters, provided they
were treated like men. Hut when
they neglect that duty, tho pllllila
He said that tho planters, who
were Intelligent, should show some
respect for the Japanese laborers by
giving them better wnges.
The meeting came to an end short
ly nfter midnight.
Fires At Eva.
Tho lnbor situation nt Ewa Is shown
In thu following statement by E. D.
Tenney, president of tho company:
During tho greater part of yester
day and last night tho laborers wero
holding meetings tho Indication
seems to be that tholr original plan ot
roimiilallng demands, to be submitted
to thq management, und then return
ing to woik on Monday, will bo car
ried out. This desplto the efforts of
ft rough element, resident on tho kulc
nnas In tho Honotillull valley, who
havo, I understand, endeavored to tho
utmost extent to Influenco tho laborrn
to refrain from returning to work.
"Last night at 12 o'clock there was
a flro In Field No. 20 nnd later, lit 2
a. in.. In Field No. 11 both of these
fires wero put out promptly by tho
people living near. Tho urea burned
Is Insignificant perhaps not moro
than an ncro altogether. I am very
doubtful if plantation laborers bet
tlieso fires, although t Is very signif
icant to noto that both of these fields
nro plantation fields; that Is, not fields
cultivated by contractors, and lichen
none pf tho laborers havo nny direct
iiiuinciai lutoiest In them."
Honolulu Mill Starts. '
Thero n.o now 1025 men at work i
Aleu plantation, In addition to skilled
whlto labor. The mill Is In operation,
grinding what eano tins already been
cut, and irrigating nmftilantlne u l,...
Jng carried on. No cutting Is being
Wo hundred and twenty laborers.
Including all of tho Chinese, are now
back at work. In addition, 605 of the
men sent down from 'Honolulu thlb
morning luno been' hired. Manager
Koaa stated this morning that lie rould
havo had a laigo number moro today
had bo been able to make uso of
them, Olid that harvesting can bu stint
ed at any time, tshould It bu ronsl I-
It Is not tho Intention at prosent
however, to cut any moro cane, thoio
still being quite a quantity, ungroipid,
on hand. 'All of this Is being handled
in tno mill and there will be no los
MHHsy"cgagF;;gBg:3s?3SM8aHs , m aa .
a.. , x. l -
1 IN FOREIGN PORTS ill ARRIVED I
Saturday, May 15.
mtl3IIANE -Balled Mny 13.
H. H. Makuni, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Hulled Mny 14: '
S; S. Texan, for Honolulu,
SAN 1'ltANCISCO-Snlled .May 14:
H. 8. I.urlini', for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCIHCO Halted May 15:
H. S. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu,
DKLAWAltE IIRKAKWATKIl Ar
rived .Mny lli:
Ilk, Nuuanu, from Knanapall, Jan.
EUREKA Sailed Mny 15:
Hchr. A. J. Olson, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Arrlvod .Mny 13:
Hchr. O. M. Kellogg, fiom Everett.
MAHUKONA Balled .May 13.
Schr. J. It. Hnicu, for Situ Krnnclsoo.
NEWCASTLE Hulled liny 8:
' 'H. S. Yeddo, for Honolulu. '
HILO Arrived Mny 10:
S. St Enterprise, rrom Snii Fran
cisco. POUT A1.I.EN' Arrived May 14:
H. H. I'leladus. from Kuliiitul.
Friday, May t4. -Sail
Francisco Arrived May 13:
U, H. A. T. l.ogan, hehtu May C.
Thursday, May 13.
EUREKA Sailed May 12:
Ilk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
SYDNEY Sallul Mny 10:
S. S. Mnkiirn, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed May 13:
H. S. Tcnyo Mam, I p. ni., for Houo
KAIHILUI-Salled Mn 8:
Schr. PiiiHper, for llllo.
Wednesday, May 12.
GRAYS HAItllurt- Sailed May II:
Schr. Mellia Nelson, for llllo.
SEATTLE ,Airleil Mny 12:
S. S. Tuxnii, from San Francisco.
SALINA CRUZ Halleil Mny 12:
H, H. Virginian, for Han Franrlxro.
Tuesday, May 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed May 9:
8. S. Texan, for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Antu-d Mny II:
S. S, Alameda (4 p. m.) henco May 5.
Monday", May 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mny :
Schr. Jus, Rolph. from llaiin April 13.
SAN FHANCIHCO Arrived May 8:
Hklno Hawaii, fiom Muhukoin,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 'J:
H. S. Liirline, noon liiucu May 1.
SAN FRANCISCO AHlved May 111.
S. 8, Korea, hence May 4.
SALINA CltUZ Anlvoil May 7:
S. S. Mexican, from llllo April 23.
OAVIOTA Sailed Mny J:
Sp. M. E. Chllcutt, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mny 9:
Uk. Annie Johnson, for llllo.
HILO Sailed May (J:
S. 8. Missouri'!!!. Tor Sallnii Cruz.
MAHUKONA Arrived May 2:
Sch. J. H. Hruce, fiom Han Fran
cisco. HILO Sailed Mny 1:
Ilk. It. P. Illlhet, fur Sun Francisco.
Saturday, May 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 7:
Schr. Jus. Rolph, from liana. Apr. 13.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Mny 8.
Hktne. Hawaii, from Mnhukoiui,
HILO Sailed Mny C:
S. S. Mlssuiiilun for S.iIIim Cruz.
MAHUKONA Aulveil May 2:
Schr. .1. II. Hi lice, from San Fran
cisco, Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 2:
S. 8. Cliljo Maru, heiuu April 22
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 3:
8. b. Teqyo .Maru, D n. in., hence
PORT ALLEN, Kniinl-Siilled May 2:
8. 8. .Mlssourlun, for Kuliiitul.
IIONOIPU Sailed May 1:
Schr. Defender, for Han Francisco.
Saturday, May 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mny 1.
8. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
TACO.MA Sailed Slay 1:
Schr. liailioa. for Honolulu.
It was reported today that C. Unite,
agent for tho Wcy block, on the cornoi
of King and Ulshop streets, has ar
ranged for tho erection of a iimdorn
building In placo or the wooden strnc
turo that has (stood for many years.
Mr. Iloltu could not bo reached to con
firm or deny the report, but It seems
probable as UiIh Is one of tho mu3t
doslrnblo locations In tho ImslnehB sec
tion of .tho city.
NEW EMPIRE OPENING.
With an nuiliunco of a fovv friends
nnd newspaper men thu New Emphe
Thealro wiih given a try-out last even
ing and overvthlng lun UH smooth us
clock-work. Tho iiudltoiliim is lull.
Ilantly lighted and when Iho films go
on mo limits ull go out but u fuw
gicVn-shadecl ones vvhlrh do not Inter
fere with tho plctmes but gives the
ttientro u twilight effect. Tho entire
building is of lelurorced concrete with
u conrret Hour, the roiipielo work be
ing done by John Walker. Tho car
penter woik wan furnished by W. fl.
Chalmers and Is very tasly. Tho
main enhance Is on Hotel sliect
whom the 15 und 23-cent seats am
sold, und the sldo entrance on Ilethel
stieet is for the 10 cent tickets, Tho
now machine, tho Monograph, worked
beautifully last evening, and tho fllmi
were very entertaining.
FiliUy, May 14.
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, from (lavt
otn, 7 u. in.
17. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, from Naga
saki. A. O. S. S. Rosecrnns, from (lavlotn.
(! p. m.
Htinr. Mokolll, Denny, fiom . Pearl
Fildny, May 14.
Slmr. Mokolll, Delmy, for Pearl llar
hoi. 9: 16 n. in.
Htinr. Clainlliie. Ileiinelt. for Maul
ilnd Hawaii r, p.-in.
Saturday, May IB.
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Maru, for San
Fraiielsco, III:. 'in n. in.
I SAILINQ TODAY ' f
A.-H. S. S. Pleiades. Armstrong, for
San Finnclseo, nliout .1 p. m.
U. 8, A. T sjierldan. Iluhcnrk, for
Manila, .1 p. m.
Hawaii bns tin excellent National
(liiiiid, so fnr nx tho personnel of
tho organization Is concerned, but
Hie armory facilities mo. very defl
ileut. consisting of an old slied
which does not protect from tho
weather and could be easily robbed.
This Is the gist of the report made
by Mujor Dunning to the Wnr De
partment ns tlie lesult of his Inspec
tion of last IVbrtiary, nnd returned
fiom Washington to Col. Jones
An extinct fiom the report of Ma
jor Dtinnltig says:
Ainiory fncllllles nru very defi
cient. Tim nrmory of Honolulu Ik nn
old shed which docs not protect from
the weather and could bo easily
lobbed, (icnerul remarks as to phy
sical appearance, chuintler of men.
zeal, efficiency nnd reliability of the
tonimiind In domestic emergencies:
The ph)slcnl appearance Is very
good nnd n large majority especially
lobiiHt. Character very good. Zeal
excellent. Reliability certain. Ef-
llclnnry good. The Colonel Ik verv
enthusiastic nnd n hurd worker ami
Hie .command shows Improvement
over last v ear's condition, At n re
view thu regiment presented nn ad
mirable uppearanro. All officers nio
Sixty-seven thousand dollars. In tho
form of a check, was paid Into tho
United States Dlstilet Court today by
Major Wlnslow, to ho used In settling
Hie claims of Iho Waikiki property
owneis whoso laud has been taken by
Iho Federal tloveriimtut, under con
demnation ptocccdlngu, as u military
The leg'il work In thin inuch-tnnglcd
tl.msfcr was done by United States
Dlslilel Atliiinuy Hiecknns, who lias
been busying himself with It much of
tho timo for several monthti past, Thin
uftcrnoou Mr. HieckoiiK and Cleric
.Murplij of Iho Court went over In nu
uiitnniobllo lo Iho other xldo of tho
Island, taking vvRli them tho necessary
warrants mid pa pel h, to see Jmlga
Dolo and have them signed by him.
The Judge Is taking his vacation nn
that sldo of the Island, where ho hai
been for tho past week or inoio.
Friday, April 30.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Apill 29:
Dr. 8, S. Lord. Dolby, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed April 2'J:
8. 8. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Apill 30.
S, 8. Hyndcu, for Honolulu.
NAdAHAKI-Sallcd Apill 2li;
li 8 T Dlx, for Honolulu
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycn.
motor, $wo, Complete.
'HE CHABLES D. VlAIKERS, B0A1
AND MAOKlra W0BK3
Kin St. bpp South St, j
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